I ordered and received the Raggtop "kit" this week and used it over the past couple of nights. It came with a natural bristle brush which worked well, but I suggest "scrubbing" something else with it before using on the top. (It left a few bristles behind that I had to follow up and pick off with my fingers.) Typical of most any brush, I just wish I'd have thought of it before I used it.
The results are very impressive - used the cleaner and 24 hours later put on 3 light coats of the protectant. (Should have done the before and after like Jack did above.) I had previously used an upholstery cleaner from a local auto supply store and though it did a good job, but the Raggtop was a HUGE improvement over that stuff.
Only issue I have is that the protectant is an aerosol. Have any users of the Raggtop used a brush or rag to apply it? The overspray was a nuisance.
I also considered making a mask for the rear glass that could be applied when treating the rear fabric. I think I could do that fairly easily - might even be able to supply to forum members if there's an interest?
2007 2.4L N/A. Stock + some pretty crap.